In a 12-episode podcast memoir, Jeff Daniels tells biographical stories, does sketches, sings folksy songs, and adds sound effects. He might remind listeners of Garrison Keillor, if momentarily. Daniels comes from a small town in Michigan, but his recollections mostly spotlight his acting career, with occasional un-Lake-Wobegon mentions of marijuana use, for example. Daniels gives a play-by-play of his horseback riding, with galloping hoofbeats underneath, as he recalls his injury while shooting the Western GODLESS. Daniels calls missing the Golden Globes the pandemic's best part and tells how a remote broadcast made him an internet celebrity, then singing about it. He has comic dialogues with "Dumb and Dumber" character Harry Dunne, doing both voices. Actors and writers may be his best audience, as he often muses about the creative process. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: DECEMBER 2023]
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